Tag Archives: Legal Information Institute

Bruce, Weibel, and Frug: New Google Glass Legal App: Signtater

Tom Bruce of the Legal Information Institute (LII) has described a new Google Glass legal app, called Signtater, that he and LII personnel Wayne Weibel and Sara Frug have developed, in a new post: The Law of Where I’m Standing, … Continue reading

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Today 16 April, 2 pm Eastern: Google+ Hangout on Government Role in Free Access to Legal Information

A Google+ hangout on the topic of The Government Role in Free Access to Legal Information, will take place today, 16 April 2013, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern ( -4:00 p.m. UTC), and will be hosted by Tom Bruce of the … Continue reading

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Legal Information Institute Is Hiring a Software Developer

The Legal Information Institute announced today that it is hiring a software developer. Here is an excerpt from the informal description: We’re looking for a software developer who can help us build out our collections into the world of Linked … Continue reading

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CALI Taxonomy Being Marked Up in RDF Linked Data

The legal taxonomy of the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (the CALI Taxonomy) is being marked up in RDF as Linked Data, in a cooperative effort between CALI, the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School (LII), and … Continue reading

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